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    I thought this was pretty clear...

    "Any such sign, plaque, or other identifier must be a national, state, provincial, or other government marker"

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    I recall witnessing an airplane crash in the early 1960s and went looking for more information. I came upon this resource, link below. Wow! There are quite a few!

    http://www.gendisasters.com/category.../air-disasters

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    For anyone wanting to put a few miles on there are a few up here. This one you won't get your bike in the pic. Would the sign at the trailhead count?
    https://www.hiddennewfoundland.ca/bu...cove-b36-crash
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    As I am scouting out locations to visit I am discovering that airplanes do not always crash in easily accessible locations. I will need to be on my GS for many of these rides. Also sometimes land owners or others have placed gates across dirt "roads" (or paths) to limit access. I have gleaned this from use of google's map function. Sometimes markers are not placed at the location of the crash. Another adventure will be to locate the memorial markers; it seems that many crashes of military aircraft have memorial markers somewhere.

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    Here's another one you can ride to.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrow_Air_Flight_1285
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    Annie is #6 and I am #8. 8 is the number that my all time favorite baseball player wore; Yogi Berra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    Annie is #6 and I am #8. 8 is the number that my all time favorite baseball player wore; Yogi Berra.
    Hehe - I'm #7.
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    I don't have mine yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by GREGFEELER View Post
    Hehe - I'm #7.
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    Greg with the postal system so screwed up. How long ago where the packages for this event mailed and from what part of the country?
    MJ

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    Another question

    Assume for a minute that Slippery Rock Falls, is in Slippery Rock Falls State Park, right outside of the Town of Slippery Rock Falls.

    Clearly there are (at least) 50 points in play here. Are there 150 points available?

    Part of me says yes, part of me says no..
    For the record, I have no idea if such an opportunity exists, but I suspect that it does on some scale. I can easily imagine a Falls and a State Park sharing the name, with signs for each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cessnadog View Post
    Assume for a minute that Slippery Rock Falls, is in Slippery Rock Falls State Park, right outside of the Town of Slippery Rock Falls.

    Clearly there are (at least) 50 points in play here. Are there 150 points available?

    Part of me says yes, part of me says no..
    For the record, I have no idea if such an opportunity exists, but I suspect that it does on some scale. I can easily imagine a Falls and a State Park sharing the name, with signs for each.
    If I might, I would suggest Niagara Falls, NY, Niagara Falls, ON, CAN, Niagara Falls State Park, and then the falls themselves as a four banger once the border is open.
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    #476 here!
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    Nothing for me yet either, but then again my ADV magazine took a long time to get here too.
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